Short Breaks are activities for disabled children and young people and their families. Bristol City Council are actively starting to recommission the Short Breaks they offer. Continue reading “Survey – Short Breaks for children with disabilities”
Gympanzees are a charity who offer play, exercise and fun to children and adults with any disability. They are building a leisure centre that will include a café’, sensory rooms, gym, music room, swings, trampolines, studios and therapy rooms.Continue reading “Gympanzees – Leisure Centre Questionnaire”
Skills for Care is running a research project looking at how they support social care employers of all sizes address recruitment and retention challenges.Continue reading “Skills for Care – Get involved in a research project”
In 2019 the NHS Long Term Plan, building on work since 2015, set out a commitment on improving care and avoiding unnecessary admissions to inpatient settings for children and young people with a learning disability and autistic children and young people.Continue reading “Multi Agency Admission Avoidance Framework Survey”
Bristol City Council’s first liveable neighbourhood pilot is in east Bristol. They would like everyone who lives, works, visits or travels through the area to share their views.
The Care Forum’s Dialogue Team have launched a survey to find out what South Gloucestershire communities are experiencing in every day life.Continue reading “The Care Forum – South Gloucestershire Community Spirit Survey”
Around 2.4 million people, aged 16 and over, who are registered with a GP practice in England will receive an invitation to take part in Europe’s biggest patient experience survey in early January.Continue reading “NHS England’s GP Patient Survey 2022”
If you care for a child with a disability or long-term illness the University of Exeter would like you to take part in their Parent Carer Wellbeing Study!Continue reading “The Parent Carer Wellbeing Study”
Healthwatch Bristol want to find out more about the process of being discharged to a care or nursing home, to find out where the system is working well and where it needs to be improved.Continue reading “Healthwatch Bristol: Discharge from hospital survey”
Carers UK have released their State of Caring 2021 report.Continue reading “Carers UK – State of Caring 2021”
Healthwatch Bristol are looking at patients experiences of hospital assessment and discharge and want to know what matters to you the most.Continue reading “Healthwatch Bristol – Can you help improve services?”
Are you a family carer of an adult with learning disabilities or of an autistic adult who is or has been an inpatient in a mental health, learning disability or autism specialist hospital?Continue reading “The Challenging Behaviour Foundation – NHS Advocacy Questionnaire”
The government has launched a public survey as part of developing a National Strategy for Disabled People.Continue reading “National strategy for disabled people survey launched”
The Vfrac research study is planning on producing a checklist for use in primary care to identify older women with back pain due to un-diagnosed broken bones in the back.
This online survey is part of a research study at the University of Bristol about transport and air quality in the area around Upper Maudlin Street and Marlborough Street, Bristol and is an opportunity for carers to feed in your views on how local clean air proposals can ensure that transport options are accessible for carers and disabled people.
Open to all residents, the COVID-19 Bristol survey will help Bristol City Council to understand the challenges people are facing and what actions might be needed to help prevent further spread of the virus.
Marie Curie is working to improve their online information for end of life carers. They have developed a questionnaire to ask carers about their experiences and needs. Continue reading “Marie Curie survey for end of life carers”
Calling on all unpaid carers to take a survey on what support you need in your caring role! Continue reading “Calling all unpaid adult carers! Fill in Carers Trust’s survey”